Historic EU plan sends EUR 30bn toward new Mediterranean power grid

As a part of a landmark infrastructure plan, the EU Commission earmarks around EUR 30bn for a new power network. The investment supports one of several projects in what Ursula von der Leyen compares to the union's climate policy flagship -- just on a global level.

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With European investments worth roughly EUR 30bn providing support, a series of countries around the Mediterranean can look forward to making a new green contribution to Europe's energy supply.

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